The Christmas market gives Year 10 students the chance to be both creative and productive while raising money for charity. This Christmas the students will offer a wide range of activities and products that vary from 'Where's Willimott?' to the sale of Santa beards and candy canes. The Christmas market takes place next week and here's some of the products and games on offer.
Mr Willimott has kindly agreed to be the subject of a 'Where's Wally' style game and the same group running that also will be selling decorated boxes containing a 'Christmas surprise' for just 50p each.
Another group is selling Santa beards and felt masquerade masks decorated with glitter and beads while chocolate filled Christmas decorations will also be available.
Other festive items which will make great stocking fillers include friendship bracelets, necklaces, sweet bags, decorated phone cases and feathery pencils. There will also be challenges involving lemons, singing teachers and a Brooke Weston edition of Spot the Difference plus a a 'Guess the teacher' picture quiz. for students and staff to puzzle over.
The Sixth Form Young Enterprise Team will be selling neatly decorated hand crafted charm bracelets and other jewellery priced from £2.50 to £5.00. They have already held their first trade fair in Wellingborough, but this will be a chance for Brooke Weston students to buy their wares.
Those hoping to go on the next World Challenge trip are also having a stall to raise funds for their trip to Ecuador in the summer of 2015.
The Christmas market is a great way to raise money for charities and offers those at Brooke Weston the chance to utilize the creativity of the students. Be sure to visit the market in the final week of term and do your bit for charity.
Article written by Saul Tartaglia